NRW has won a contract worth $140m for mining and ore haulage at Rio Tinto’s Nammuldi mine.
NRW said the scope of the contract includes construction of mine haul roads, ore stockpiles, waste dumps, and other mine infrastructure.
The contractor will also be responsible for mining production, the haulage or ore and the supply, installation and operation of two 5Mtpa crushing plants.
The contract will start in August and run for two years, with a peak workforce of 135 people.
NRW CEO Jules Pemberton said he was pleased the company’s long associated with Rio Tinto would continue.
“This contract award follows completion of the Nammuldi BWT works for Rio Tinto earlier this month.”